Grand redesign

Non-bank market-makers are increasingly being viewed as serious players as they set about building customer franchises amid a wide-scale bank pull-back

The grand market structure redesign is under way

The structure of foreign exchange markets has changed more over the last year than in the past five, say senior market participants, pointing to a huge shift in the dynamics of liquidity provision and the emergence of non-bank firms as serious market-makers.

While an important part of the market for some years, non-bank market-makers are increasingly looking to build direct relationships with clients, as well as constructing a customer franchise by hiring sales people and connecting to clients

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